Papers, preprints and related talks Ongoing projects Introduction to my research

Sarah Brauner

Papers, preprints and related talks:

  1. Eulerian representations for real reflection groups, 2020. (Submitted).
  2. A Workshop to Build Community and Broaden Participation in Mathematics: Reflections on the Mathematics Project at Minnesota , PRIMUS. (2021).
    With Esther Banaian, Harini Chandramouli, Kim Klinger-Logan, Alice Nadeau and McCleary Philbin.

  3. Enumerating Linear Systems on Graphs, Mathematische Zietschrift. (2020).
    With Forrest Glebe and David Perkinson.
  4. On Specht modules and the CataLAnKe theorem, 2018.
    With Tamar Friedmann.
    • ArXiv preprint
    • Slides from a talk on this paper at the AMS Special Session on Combinatorics in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry at University of Michigan, October 2018.

Ongoing Projects:

Collaborators marked with * indicate undergraduate researchers.

If you are an undergraduate interested in working on a research project with me, or in talking about research in math more generally, I encourage you to email me or stop by my office (VH 556).

A short introduction to my research

Here is a 5 minute introduction to my research, originally made for the 2020 UMN prospective graduate student weekend.

(It assumes some knowledge of algebra, but not much else!)